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  • Kathleen McDermott

    Lux-Lesebogen magazine cover (front and back opened out), published in Germany between 1946 and 1964. Design by Karlheinz Dobsky, via 50 Watts

  • Angelika interlinka

    "Fabeltiere", Lux-lesebogen 163, design: Karlheinz Dobsky

  • J. Stephen Lee

    Lux-Lesebogen was a miniature bi-weekly magazine for young people published in Germany between 1946 and 1964. The forgotten illustrator and graphic designer Karlheinz Dobsky designed the covers for almost all 410 issues.

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